MEBO wound repair is especially formulated to aid the natural healing of skin wounds including ulcers (bedsores, diabetic, chronic), cracked nipples, shingles, fissures, chilblains, impetigo (school sores), haemorrhoids, cracked/chafed/grazed skin, and donor-site repair.
How to use MEBO wound repair
Apply up to 1 mm thickness of ointment over the affected area. Every 4 to 6 hours, gently remove any residual ointment and wound by-products, then reapply fresh ointment. DO NOT use antiseptic, saline, or water to clean the affected area. Take care to avoid irritating the damaged skin.
More serious wounds:
To further protect the affected area, a dressing can be applied. Keep the wound moist with MEBO wound repair at all times. The frequency of dressing changes can be reduced in accordance with improvement of the wound but should be maintained at least daily depending on the amount of exudate and appearance of the wound.
Apply to affected area morning and evening.
Apply to promote wound healing after sutures have been removed.
MEBO wound repair helps to minimise scarring. However, if scarring occurs, use MEBO skin restore after the wound has healed.
Safe with pregnancy and with young children. Care is recommended with patients sensitive to sesame and beeswax.